DPR announce Australia and Asia dates of 2024 ‘The Dream Reborn’ world tour

DPR Ian, DPR Cream and DPR Artic – members of the label Dream Perfect Regime – have announced their upcoming 2024 ‘The Dream Reborn’ world tour, featuring concerts in Asia, the US, Europe and more.

The three DPR members will be heading on a massive 29-date world tour this year, featuring legs in North America, Latin America and Europe, as well as upcoming Asia-Pacific dates. It’ll kick off in July 2024, with a two-night show at the Olympic Hall in Seoul, South Korea.

In September and October, DPR Ian, DPR Cream and DPR Artic will bring their tour to North American, with 12 shows in the US and two Canadian concerts. They include performances in cities such as Vancouver, Denver, Boston and more.

Thereafter, the trio will head to Latin America for a four-date leg, with shows in Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Santiago and Buenos Aires in mid-October. The Europe leg will start in late-October, running into November, with nine concerts in eight different countries.


In December, the collective will also play nine shows across the APAC region, including the countries of Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and more. Pre-sales for APAC concert tickets start on August 14 at 10am local time, with general sales starting August 16 at 10am local time.

Tickets to the US concerts of DPR’s 2024 ‘The Dream Reborn’ world tour went on sale June 14 at 10am local time via Ticketmaster. Tickets to the other non-APAC legs of the tour also went on sale at the same time, via various local ticketing services.

The dates for DPR’s 2024 ‘The Dream Reborn’ world tour are:

JULY 2024
13: Seoul, South Korea, Olympic Hall
14: Seoul, South Korea, Olympic Hall


09: Vancouver, British Columbia, Orpheum
10: Seattle, Washington, WAMU Theater
13: Oakland, California, Fox Theater
15: Los Angeles, California, Shrine Expo Hall
16: Phoenix, Arizona, Arizona Financial Theatre
18: Denver, Colorado, Mission Ballroom
20: Irving, Texas, The Pavillion at Toyota Music Factory
22: Houston, Texas, 713 Music Hall
24: Atlanta, Georgia, Coca-Cola Roxy
27: Washington, D.C., The Anthem
28: New York, New York, The Theater at MSG
30: Boston, Massachusetts, MSG Music Hall at Fenway

02: Toronto, Ontario, Coca-Cola Coliseum
04: Chicago, Illinois, Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
12: Mexico City, Mexico, Palacio de los Deprotes
14: Sao Paulo, Brazil, Komplexo Tempo
18: Santiago, Chile, Teatro Cariola
20: Buenos Aires, Argentina, C Complejo Art Media
27: London, United Kingdom, OVO Arena Wembley
30: Tilburg, Netherlands, 013 Poppodium
31: Berlin, Germany, Uber Eats Music Hall

02: Copenhagen, Denmark, K.B. Hallen
05: Warsaw, Poland, Stodola
07: Frankfurt, Germany, myticket Jahrhunderthalle
10: Milan, Italy, Fabrique
12: Barcelona, Spain, Razzmatazz
14: Paris, France, Zenith

04: Auckland, New Zealand, Spark Arena (NEW)
06: Sydney, New South Wales, Hordern Pavilion (NEW)
10: Melbourne, Victoria, Festival Hall (NEW)
12: Singapore, Singapore, Expo Hall 7 (NEW)
14: Jakarta, Indonesia, Beach City International Stadium (NEW)
18: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mega Star Arena (NEW)
20: Bangkok, Thailand (NEW)
22: Hong Kong, China (NEW)
28: New Taipei City, Taiwan (NEW)


The upcoming DPR concerts notably won’t feature DPR Live, who announced last October that he would be taking a break from the music collective to release music under his real name, Hong Da-bin.